Columbia House Party
The 2000s: Motion City Soundtrack — Commit This To Memory
Everything is alright! In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy dive into Motion City Soundtrack’s 2005 album Commit This to Memory. Not only did Commit This to Memory lock in a definitive, unmistakable sound that cut through the saturation of the genre for Motion City Soundtrack, it was also the first foray into production for blink-182’s Mark Hoppus. While the hosts agree this album isn’t necessarily Motion City’s strongest, it is certainly the most interesting and most important. Find out more about Justin Pierre’s personal battles throughout the writing process, Blake’s personal battles with losing a labret piercing at Warped Tour, and which MCS album the hosts think tops the discography on this week’s podcast.
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